March 2017

New Mechanobiology Technique to Stop Cancer Cell Migration

New Mechanobiology Technique to Stop Cancer Cell Migration

OIST researchers have synthesized a molecule that targets the membranes of cervical cancer cells to block their migration

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Let It Glow

OIST Researchers design new photoluminescent compounds

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New Behavioral Therapy to Support Japanese Mothers of Children with ADHD

OIST researchers are working to develop culturally appropriate parent-training programs for Japanese families of children with ADHD

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Robbed of Royalty: mutilation and social determination of female Diacamma ants

Triggered by mutilation, expression of select genes determines social castes in Diacamma ants

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Seeing The World Through Fresh Eyes

New insights in the growth of zebrafish eye lens

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Transformative Science Depends on the Free Flow of People and Ideas

OIST stands in solidarity with the global research community in supporting the freedom of movement

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Mathematics Supports a New Way to Classify Viruses Based on Structure

New research supports a structure-based classification system for viruses which could help in the identification and treatment of emerging viruses

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